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A leading religious journalist who is a columnist and editor at the Toronto Star has written a sort of handbook for thinking about Islam historically, theologically and politically. Siddiqui, a Muslim from India, writes with clarity, wit and balance, though not without moral passion. He insists that Muslims are often unfairly impugned in Europe and North America and that Muslims are themselves the chief victims both of extremist attacks and of the war on terror. An excellent place to start thinking about Islam and the Arab world today.

 

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